Travel guide: Edmonton

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

I have lived in Edmonton for over 14 years, and as much as I dread it sometimes it is a pretty awesome place to live at. I am an explorer and have no problem wandering endlessly around the city. As of late I have been showing a friend new places in Edmonton to visit (fun facts: She has lived in Edmonton her entire life). 
(River Valley, best way to feel like you are no longer in the city)

Best places to eat:
Coroso 32:
You might wait for reservations for 2 weeks but trust me its worth the wait.
124th street never disappoints, this beautiful and intimate restaurant is great for a date night.
If you love steak and all kinds of meat this is a place for you. Great service and delicious food.
Best coffee in town! Alberta based company that caters to those who LOVE coffee.
Best dessert in town. This charming bake shop is located on 124 Street and never disappoints with its delicious treats.
Things to do:
It's best way to feel like you are no longer in the city, or exercise this is the place to go.
Whyte Ave:
From charming little shops, to restaurants and bars make you feel like you are on the streets in Europe.
Great date night idea, with amazing plays year round it is a a must to-do in Edmonton.
From shopping to restaurants to swimming to skating is all there. 
What are you favourite places in Edmonton?
**This list of places and attractions is in no specific order; it is smiply a collection of places that might be of interest to those visiting Edmonton. All opinions expressed are mine and based on my person experiences with/in those places.